Finding No Common Ground Amongst Diet and Lifestyle

"There have been no rigorous, long-term studies comparing contenders for best diet laurels using methodology that precludes bias and confounding. For many reasons, such studies are unlikely." They conclude that no diet is clearly best, but there are common elements across eating patterns that are proven to be beneficial to health. ~Stephanie Meller

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Fermentation Fundamentals ~ The Autumn Edition

With the 2016 growing season coming to an end, I'm making the most of what's left in the garden and seeing how I can best preserve it for later use. Peppers, tomatoes, and carrots have long since been brined and they are now ready to blend together into delicious hot sauces. 

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Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen - Rewild Yourself Podcast

"My good friend and brilliant chef Frank Giglio joins me in-studio at the ReWilding headquarters for an in-depth interview on how to set up your home kitchen for culinary mastery. Frank has apprenticed directly under some of the top chefs in the US and became a classically trained chef at the New England Culinary Institute."

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5 Ingredients You Should Be Adding To Your Bone Broth

Bone broths have long been revered for their health benefits. Chicken soup was a regular dish served up by my grandmother and as a child, broth was always served when I feeling ill. Thankfully, this nutritious liquid is still regarded for promoting good health and current dietary trends have blown up broths! 

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Top 50 Food Activists

I am very passionate about eating a diet based on your local ecosystem and do my best to share that with people across the globe. A recent email came in sharing that I have been selected amongst a stellar lineup of folks doing the same thing. Michael Pollen, Michele Obama, and Jamie Oliver are just a few of the brilliant minds inspiring the world to make better choices about the food they eat. 

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